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Third Leg // Denver

We left later in the morning in Kansas City due to wanting to go back to the prayer house to hang out some more. After that we left for denver. It was a 9.5 hour drive to denver. We took turns driving and napping. To keep us awake we listened to some audio books. Jeff listened to the Biography of Steve Jobs, while I listened to a book called World War Z (a book about the zombie apocalypse.

Colorado is beautiful! I love the landscape and the sunset was stunning.

We arrived in denver and immediately checked into the hotel. After swimming, we headed to dinner.

We ate dinner at the Queen of Sheeba, an Ethiopian restaurant that was highly rated on yelp. It was both of our first times eating Ethiopian food.

Ethiopian food is eaten with no utensils. You use your hands. To eat, you take this spongy bread that kind of tastes like sourdough and use it to grab the meat. It is very interesting. It was very filling and very rich.




Second Leg // Kansas City

We left Chicago in the morning at around 9am. Thank you my Northwestern friends for hosting us! It was about a 9 hour drive to get down to KC

Once we arrived, I finally got to see Deren's (my brothers) house and meet some of his room mates. We went to eat some KC BBQ at this placed called LC's bbq joint. The burnt ends were delicious.

Afterwards we went over to IHOP (International House of Prayer) to check it out because neither Jeff or I have been there before. I finally got to see the 24/7 prayer room live and in person. Both Jeff and I got prayed over and had an amazing time worshiping God in the prayer room.

I was really encouraged by one of the ladies that prayed over me. She basically confirmed my conviction of going to seminary for more training in worship/music. That I was going to learn and excel from this training.





Married // Charlene + Geoff

I started the wedding season quite early this year! in January! Charlene and Geoff got married on a beautiful, sunny but chilly, Saturday afternoon at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Grove City. It had been cold all week but the sun came out for their wedding! I was introduced to Charlene through one of the bridesmaids, Alice, who recommended me to be their wedding photographer! Luckily, Charlene liked my work and gave me a call. And now here are the photographs!

Chi-Johnston Slideshow


Charlene got her hair and makeup done at New Wave Salon in Columbus



their rings are made out of recycled silver!




all smiles!


I saw you sneak a peek at me!


boom! married!




Love my new lens! It's so sharp!

Although it was sunny, it still was cold!


took awhile to get, but we got the jumping shot!




I love when dads tell embarrassing stories!


A nice moment


I think kids always have the best time at receptions!



Charlene and Geoff, thank you so much for letting me be apart of your day! Wish you all the best back in NYC!





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